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BY JATNES, SHELOR, SMITH & STECK.
WALHALLA, SOUTH CAROLINA, NOVEMBER 30, 180?.
NEW SER?ES/NO. T7.-yO?UBtlB Ii.-NO? \?
Now is the
Lot No. I. .
our special barg
$10; our bar gai
that beats the r*
Be sure and se<
will pay you. Cal!
Shoe. Also our Ladie
and our Men's Shoes
FIGHTING AT RIO III
SEVERAL HUNDRED CITIZENS MAKE AN |
ATTACK UPON UNITED STATESJTROOPS. j
ABOUT 3,000 SHOTS 1ERE FIRED.
Other Troops Sont to tho Soat of Trouble.
Texas Rangers to Prosorvo Order.
Kio RRANDK CITV, TKXAS, No
voinbor 24.-According to reports
roaching hero from Fort Ringgold, a
desperate battle occurred thoro Mon
day night between soveral hundred
citizens and a troop of tho Ninth
cavalry, garrisoning tho fort.
The cause of tho trouble is un
known, but it seems that it. is tho re
sult of the conduct of tho soldiers,
who aro colored, when thoy visited
tho town. Tho citizens made an Pt
taok upon tho garrison just after
Tho United States troops at (fort
liinggold aro confined to their bar
racks and are prepared to resist any
Tho cavalry from Kort Brown,
Kort Houston and Laredo aro on the
way, and arc expected to arrivo
some time to-day.
It is impossible to secure details
of Monday night's battle, but it is |
stated that thero wore many killed
and wounded on cither side. About
;i,()0O shots wore exchanged.
Armed men are hastening to tho
assistance of the citizens, and fur
ther and moro serious trouble is ex
How's This ?
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollar? Reward
for any caso of catijrrh that cannot bo
cured by Hall'? Catarrh Curo.
F. J. Ciienoy & Co., Prop8., Toledo, O.
Wo, tho undersigned, have known V.
J, Cheney for tho last 1"> yearn, and bo
lievo him perfectly honorable in ail busi
ness transactions and financially able to
carry out any obligations mado by their
West A Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Walding, Kliman & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon tho blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Price,
7;">c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Family Fills aro tho host.
An Old Murder Mystory.
Tho Greenville county oflioials aro
investigating tho death of Jim
Kirby, who mysteriously disappeared
from tho Dark ('omer section ton
years ago. At this late day ovidenoo
.has como to light which indicates
that tho unfortunate man, who v/as
deaf and dumb, was assassinated.
Vice l'rcsidont Hobart icavos a
fortune of ono to t\yo million dollars.
His lifo \yas insured to tho amount,
pf throe hundred and (Ifty thousand
time to buy your O
. . . o
Nice enough and go
ain price only $3.
n price only $5. L<
3Cord. Would be a
3 these three Lots of Su
and see our Ladies' $2
s' 75c. every-day and Sunc
, from 85c. to $3.50.
Prohibition Law Passed in Georgia.
The Willingham prohibition bill
passed tho House of tho Georgia
General Assembly last Wednesday
afternoon. In thc galleries tho en
thusiasm was almost wild and it was
some minutes before order could be
A dispensary bill, a substitute, was
The bill as passed, provides for a
general prohibition throughout tho
State and contains only such amend
men ts as its friends offered. It has
J gone to tho Senate, and there will
I he another battle royal over tho mea
sure before that bod v.
Mrs. F. J. Dickson, Westminster, S.
C., writes: "Klovon yoars ago I wan for
six months unablo to do my work, and
Dr. Rf. A. Simmons' Liver Medicino re
stored mo to good healtn. Think ono
package of it worth a dozen of Zoilin's."
Sold by Dr. J. W. Hell, Walhalla.
Hero ol Manilla Sheds Tears.
Admiral George Dewey is greatly
grieved ai the severe criticism of his I
conduct in deeding the house recently
presented to him by popular sub
scription to his wife.
When approached on thc subject
last Wednesday, ho shod tears and
stated that ho was sorry ho over ac
cepted the house. Ho also slated
tnat he would not havo taken it had
he known there was a string attached
to the gift.
Ile says he feels so thoroughly and
supremely disgusted that ho would
like to leave tho country, and almost
regrets tho battle of Manilla.
kJ Host Cough By ru p. TftMea Good. HBO f?g
iTfi In timo. Hold by (InifftflttB. Wwr
? ?- -.-.
Tho Bonncttsville correspondent
of tho Charleston News and Courier
says : "At a rccont court in an ad
joining county there was quito a
novel and romantic, yet truthful
proceeding. About thirty yoars ago
a poor Scotch boy attonded ono of
tho universities in his nativo Scot
land, and whilo there tho son of a
wealthy Southern planter of tho
United States attended tho samo in
stitution. When these two young
gentlemen comploted their education
this brilliant Scotch student was in
duce.! by his western friend to como
with him to tho United States. Time
wore on-tho Scotchman taught
school in upper South Carolina, af
terwards read law and is now one of
the brainiest and most popular judges
in this State. At tho Court of Gono
ral Sessions, above referred tc, this
same jiulgo presided whore his for
mer frieipl and college mato was
tried for his lifo," The judgo was
Henel, but we do not know who tho
ter 22 to
lothes, while you c
. . . .
its in Tl
od enough for anyti
Lot No. 2. Would 1
)t No. 3. Any color
bargain at $14. R(
its, for it
Child Assaulted by an Old White Man.
HUNTSVILLE, ALA., November 22.
-John Moore, a well-known and
heretofore rcspeoted citizen of Madi
son, a little town west of here, is
under arrest on tho charge of com
mitting a criminal assault on the
littlo nine-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Gooch, of thc samo
place. Owing to tlio prominence of
both parties quite a sensation pre
vails. Moore is 65 years old. Ile
was captured in Fayetteville, Tenn.,
whoro ho was hiding out. Mooro
brought Ola Gooch to Huntsville on
November 10th to attend Ringlings
Bros', circus. Returning home at
night, it is charged that he committed
the crime. The little girl became ill,
but would toll nothing. Finally her
parents caused a surgical examina
tion, and tho truth was ascertained.
Tho littlo girl is in a precarious con
Frank Thompson has boen arrested
in St. Louis for dealing in dead
bodies. His brother had tho con
tract for buying the city dead in
Memphis. Ho would place the
bodies in zinc-lined trunks and take
thom as baggage to St. Louis. From
there they were sent to various medi
cal colleges in tho West. Tho prices
ranged from $50 to #?100 a body.
Tho flashing oyo, buoyant footstep and
rosy complexion result from tho uso of
Dr. M. A. Simmons' Livor Medicino. Por
salo hy Dr. J. W. ?oil, Walhalla.
Whoro aro a!l the rascals and
political scamps ? To listen to the
ordinary talk of people now one
would infer that nearly overyono is
honest ami moved by good inten
tions. Just wait about six months
and see how tho tuno will change,
livery man running for oflice, no
odds how clean his character, will
bo declared a scoundrel by some
ono. lt is generally tho biggest
thief that is tho first to raise the cry
of stop, thief.
A London paper says that a sohool
master was recently giving a olass'of
lads betweon 9 and 12 years old a
parsing lesson, and having meditated
for a moment to think of a suitable
sentence, wroto on the blackboard
tho words: "The bravo .Boers shel led
thc British camp." To his amaze
ment tho first class broko out with
hisses, and then with one accord sang
"God Savo the Queen." When the
amazed pedagogue had sufficiently
recovered from his surprise to secure
order ho tobi tho hoad boy to pro
ceed with tho parsing. "Please, sir,
I can't parse that, boonuso tho Boers
haven't any business on our ground,"
replied tho patriotic urchin, and to
suit tho tastes of his pupils the
teacher was compelled, to givo thom
I another sentence to construe,
, .- --?#^-.
Fnitli may movo mountains, but
man continues to tunnel thom just
an get them for nc
. 9 9 .
hi ree Loti
?ody. Would be a
be a good bargain
or style you want
^member our special
Government Ownorship of Railroads.
In viow of the fact that.thero ia
a strong sentiment in tho country
now looking to tho government
ownership of railroads, the follow
ing item will bo interesting to tho
readers of this paper :
According to an oflicial report of
tho United States Consul General at
Stockholm, tho Govornmcnt of Swe
den owns and operates 2,284 miles of
railway, the rolling stock of which
consists of 502 locomotives, 428
baggage cars, 892 passongor coochcB,
3 dining cars, 45 postal wagons, G
combined coaches and baggage, 21
prison vans, 210 Hat cars, and 12,101
freight cars. Tho annual profits
during the forty-three yours of gov
ernment ownership of tho railroads
have averaged moro than one-third
million dollars in American money,
besides the accumulation of a fund
of $2,282,164 for pensioning em
ployees retired on account of ago or
injury, and a fund of $2,079,229 for
tho reliof of widows and children of
Tako Your Choleo.
It is believed that there will bo
several candidates for Govornor next
year. Tho incumbent, Gov. M. B.
Me.Swcenoy, will stand for re-elec
tion. Up to this dato ho has mado a
careful and clean administration of
the high office.
Tho following persons liavo beon
mentioned in connection with tho
office : Col John C. Shoppard, Col.
Knox Livingston, Col. John T. Sloan
and Col. O. L. Schumpcrt. There
may be others whoso names havo not
been rt ported yet. If tho prohibi
tionists put out a ticket Col. Feather
stone will, no doubt, head it. Tho
Govornor'a office will not go round
ovor the Slato begging for a man to
lill it.-Spartanburg Spartan.
-.-*. . *~
Weary womon need an occasional dose
of Dr. M. A. Simmons' Livor Medicino
to strengthen thoir norvos and invigo
rate their systems. Sold hy J. W. Holl,
Washington is the only city in the
U iiited States where an olection for
a political or municipal office is nc vor
held. Thc young mon born in that
city and never having a domioilo out
of it aro disfranchised. Tho city
government is administered by thrco
commispicr.crn, ono from caoh of tho
two politioal parties and tho third
an engineer officer detailed from the
navy or anny. Tho chairman of tho
committee muet belong to tho ad
ministration party. Ho is now a
republican. Tborc is porhapa not a
better governed city in the United
-~? ? ?. -_-.
President McKinley is to dolivor an
address at Mount Vornon on Dcoomhor
14, when the Masonic observance of tho
ono hundredth anniversary nf Wanhlng
ton'sdoath will bo hold.
?arly half their
bargain at $6 ;
for anybody at
and at a price
price is only $8.
To- Bubduo a weak nation in tho j
Philippines tho United States has
sont forth an army of 75,000 men,
equipped with all of tho latest mo
dern implements for slaughter and
all of tho appliances of science To
subjugate another comparatively
weak nation we aro told that the
army which tho British Government
has sent to South Africa is tho larg
est that over crossed tho sea. It
comprises 80,000 men, and 10,000
moro will be sent shortly. Thcro
aro now 50,000 soldiers of tho United
States in the Philippine islands, and
15,000 more arc either on the way or
ready for embarkation. The. Duke
of Wellington had only 20,0 i0 Bri
tish soldiers in tho struggle with Na
poleon. Sixteen thousand fought]
with Marlborough at Blenheim.
Twenty-six thousand men were sont j
under Lord Raglan to tho Crimea,
40,000 to India under Lord Clive,
80,000 to Egypt under Wolseley.
The maximum force of Englishmen
engaged at any one time iv sup
pressing tho revolution of tho Ame
rican colonies was about 80,000.
Three Papers a Week
FOR ABOUT THE
PKICE OF ONE.
This paper and the Atlanta
Twice/a'week Journal for
Horo you got. tho nows of
tho world and all your local
nows while it is frosh, paying $
vory littlo more than ono '
paper costs. Either paper is
well worth $1.00, but by spe
cial arrangement we aro on
ablod to put in both of thom,
giving three papers a week i
for this low price. You can- |
not oqual this anywhoro oleo, 1
and this combination is the <
best premium for those who ,
want a groat paper and a J
homo paper. Toko those and i
you will koop up with tho [
Besides general nows, the i
Twlce-a-Wook Journal has j
much agricultural matter J
and other articles of special t
interest to farmors. It has J
regular contribut ions by Sam j
Jones, Mrs. W. II. Ko Hon, t
John Templo Graves, Hon. j
C. II. Jordan and other dis- j
Call at thte office and leave your (
subscriptions for both pap?rs. Yon I
can get a sample copy of either pa- j
per nert on application.
God is moro ready to draw nigh
to us than wo aro to como to him.
When tho Prodigal Son was return
ing homo tho fathor in eager joy and
basto ran to moot him. It was thc
fathor, not tho son who ran.
THE NEGRO ASSAILANT OF MRS. BOWMAN
MEETS DEATH AT THE HANDS OF A MOB.
FOUND FflTIGIJEDJROM Ht.
Ho was Positively Identified Before he was
Olrsins Up -History of tho Crime.
^mo CouniKit Inst week gavo an
account of an assault upon a whito
wc nan nour MoDavid, Fla., last
week, and that a posse was in pur
suit of tho fiend. Ho was captured
and tho following tologram tolls
how ho was doalt with :
PENSACOLA, FLA., November 22.
Tho body of Wost Lawronce, thc
negro who recently assaulted Mrs.
Wm. Bowman, swings from a tree
near tho scono of his crime, in tho
MoDavid neighborhood, this morn
ing, litornlly torn to pieces with riflo,
shotgun and pistol ballots.
Tho armed posso of Mrs. Bow
man's neighbors have been constantly
in the woods and swamps sinco tho
crime, following ovory shadow bf
trail. Yesterday, in tho noighbpr
hood of Canoe, Ala., they found
Lawrenco in tho woods, and ho was
too fatigued from hunger and his
long journey to attempt to esoapo.
Lawrence's captors carried him to
the homo of Mrs. Howman last night,
whore ho was positively identified,
and near tho hour of midnight ho
was strung up to a neighboring troo,
and his body was filled with load,
fired from riilcs, shotguns, pistols
and every handy thing that would
HISTORY Ol?* TlUC CHIME.
The crime for which the negro has
paid tho penalty at thc han'ls of tho
mob, occurred last Friday near Mc
David, Fla., and was nttondod with
a number of revolting circumstances.
Tho lady was at her homo alono,
and at tho time of thc deed was in
tho back yard busily engaged in per
forming some domestio duty, when
tho negro crept up behind her, and,
grabbing her by tho nook, ohokod
her into insensibility.
She indistinctly remembers boing
dragged into a barn, whore sho was
found by her relatives, when they
returned home some timo afterward.
The negro had been working in
tho turpentine farms near MoDavid
for several months, and bore a bad
B. B. B. FOR BAD BLOOD.
A Trial Bottle Will Bo Sont Freo to tlio
Readers of Tho Courier.
Had blood causes blood and skin dis
eases, eruptions, pimples, scrofula, eat
ing sores, uicors, cancor, eczonia, skin
scabs, eruptions and sores on children,
rheumatism, catarrh, itching humors,
etc. For thoso troubles a positive specific
euro is found in H. H. ll. (Botanic Blood
Balm), tho most wonderful blood purillor
of tho ago. It has boon thoroughly
tested for tho past thirty yoars and bas
always cured evon tho most doop wonted,
porsistont cases, after doctors and pat
ent medicines had all failed, li. h. B.
cures by driving out of tho blood tho
poisons and liumorB which causo all
thoBO troubles, and a euro is thus mado
that is pormanent. Contagious blood
poison, producing oruptions, swollen
glands, ulcerated throat and mouth, etc.,
cured hy I). H. IL, tho only remedy that
can actually euro this trouble At drug
gists, $1 per largo bottlo; six largo bot
tles (full treatmont) $5. So ovory reader
of TIIK Conanen may test B. ii. B. wo
will send freo and prepaid a trial bottlo.
Writo to-day. Modicnl ndvico froo. Ad
dress Blood Unlm Co., Atlanta, Ca.
Of Oom Paul at homo William T.
Stead says : "In his personal habits
ho is a Boor of tho Boers. Ho
smokes much and expectorates frco
ly. Usually ho is provided with a
spittoon. But sometimes that ap
pendago of civilization is lacking
and the good President spits at largo.
A friend of mino who lind an inter
view with Oom Paul described with
ludicrous pathos tho difficulty ho
had in dodging tho Presidential ex
pectorations. I Iis logs always scorned
to be in tho way. Nor was ho quito
at enso until ho had tuokod them
under his scat. Paul Kruger drinks
coffeo, and has a special allowanco of
coffeo money 'granted him hy tho
State. Ovor the coffee cups many a
knotty difficulty of Stato is solvod, for
when tho Volksraad is at logger
heads tho Houso adjourns to tho
President's, coffeo is produced, and
ovor tho cup which choors but nover
inebriates, tho burghers cotnposo
thoir differences. With tho excep
tion of theso coftco drinkings, Oom
Paul is not givon to hospitality."
Wesley James, oolorod, of Char
lotte, N. C., has boen married niuo
times. ICight of his wives aro doad,
and ho now lives with tho ninth. He
is 75 yoars old and is halo andhonrty.
His oldest ehildron, twins, aro 65
years old, and his youngost, twins
also, aro a y oar old. Jamos says ho
is tho father of 60 ohildren.
Makes tho food more de
As to Con;ji'Ob".iii;\n Koli ci ls.
Whothor this polygamous repre
sentative of tho State of Utah shall
bo allowed to retain his scat in tho
F?deral Houf of Representatives
hos boc?mo a burning question. Re
ligious newspapers all over tho land
have discussed it with great vigor,
and various ecclesiastical Coufor
onooB, Conventions, Associations and
Synods have dono likowiao. Just
now tho good womon aro taking thoir
turn at it. Miss I lol on Gould, who
bids fair to become a famous philan
thropist, has given $iG,000 to bo used
in getting up a monster potition to
Congress on tho subjoot. It is not
quito certain what, the outcome will
be, though wo oan very woll under
stand what it ought to bo. Utah
oame into tho Union undor tho sol
emn plodgo that polygamy should
not bo tolerated. This plodgo has
been violated in tho most shameless
way imaginable. Within rocont
months sovoral of tho ohiof dignita
ries of tho Mormon Church havo
oaoh pleaded guilty of cohabiting with
moro than ono wife, and havo been
subjeoted to tho penalties provided
for such conduct. Tho most of theso
worthies adi rm that thoir polyga
mous alliances wero contracted long
ago. But Mr. Roberts has not ovon
this poor excuse. Ho has dolled tho
statutes and tho publio scntimont of
tho country by entoring into now
marriages since tho Torritory booamo
a State, and ho doBorvos to bo ex
pollod from Congress, not only bo
causo of tho onsontial immorality of
his actionB, but also because of tho
fact that ho is a willful and delibe
rate lawbreaker. With an audaoity
that almost passes belief ho Haunts
his numerous wives in tho faco of
tho American people, and boldly
challenges them to help themselves.
There is ono infelicitous circumstance
that stauds in tho way of tho proper
determination of his case : a good
many other Congressmen arc not
men of puro lives, and they will pos
sibly feel some roluotance about vot
ing to punish Mr. Roberts for con
duct which differs from thoir own
only in tho faot that lt is opon and
a vowed, while theirs is moro or less
secret. We do not mean to bring
sweeping charges against our publio
men. It is our belief that tho ma
jority of thom are cloan and upright.
But there aro enough transgressors
among thom to exert no little influ
ence. Wo could wish that ovory
ono of this sort mie;l.t bo expelled in
disgrace along with tho gentleman
from Utah.-Christian Advocate.
A Negro Blown Up.
A boiler oxplosion occurred last
Monday morning at Koolor's distil
lery, 12 miles from Greenville. Nick
Williams, a colored employee, was
killed and blown into many pieces.
Matthew Koolor, a brother to tho
proprietor, was seriously injured, and
tho building and plant was com
Nothing is swootor than love, noth
ing stronger, nothing hotter oithor in
heaven or earth ; because lovo is born
of God, and, rising abovo oreatod
things, can find rest in Him alone.
Dandruff is disease.
cures the disease
that produces dan
Tho Charleston municipal primary
olootion was hold last Wednesday.
Mayor Smyth was rc-nominatcd by a
majority of about OOO votes over
James M. Soignions, Thc adminis
tration t,ioket was oleotod,
f ???otis enU wholesome
Tho Propi ielqHv Tale.
Tho Btrangor, who was ti aveling
? on horseback through a rather un
prodaotivo, though . pioturosquo,
stretch of territory, pausod to look
1 at an especially pleasing Y?OW. A
man with pale blue eyos and stv?W
colored whiskors turned out o? a
lane into "the " .id, and, after tho
j genial manner of tho country; bade
I tho stranger good evening.
"Do you livo in this part of tho
j country ?"
"I don't look liko no summer
j boardor, do I ?" was tho bluo-eyed
I man's roply.
"It's fine scenery around hore."
?So I'm told."
"Io this your farm ?"
"But you ought to know whother
you'ro the proprietor or not."
'Woll, I guess I'm him. But I
don't seo no UBO O' you strayih'
around to tell me of it. Vyo got
responsibilities conneoted with this
placo, an'I'm remindod of 'om fre
quent onough without your mixing
Whon you call mo proprietor,
though, I don't went you to got ibo
idea of somebody who gc?s around
being monarch of all he surveys an'
givin' directions with a lordly wave
of bis band. If I want anything
done I got my wife to give tho order
Tho children an' the hirod man < Will
pay some attention to what Bbb says.
There's two mortgages div t^o plaqo^
an' tho assessor is the fellor'f^
ysed to Bpark my wifo before I
ried her, so bo don't bear mono[
will nohow. Everybody says]
plaoo would go to pot of my
wasn't Buch a superior woman
my oldest boy wasn't so industi
an' my daugbtor wasn't so smart
enov'getio. Nary one o' thom is
proprietor. They got tho or
though, ovory timo tho taxes ar
terest is paid or wo have moatl
oanned goods on tho table fur
nor. But whon anything
wrong an' there's anybody
stood up and sassed an' threat
with tho law, why, I'm tho follorj
To purify and onrlch tho bl
I atron?thon tho norvos and invlgorat
] ?ystom, UBO Dr. M. A. Simmons'
Modtolno. Sold by J. W. Boil, drat
Governor Johnson of Alabama']
announced himself a candid/
tho United Statos Sonata
Souator Morgans Tho tw\
gage in joint dobato'
Spartanburg Tologram : "Hon. A^l
Howard Patterson, of Barnwoll, aR
sumes bis candidaoy for Governor^
Ho is on tho dispensary platform,;
and promises to doal oxoiusively in
o & tc'itji's&t ac j?k* m
BtftM tb? Wi Kind You Hara Alwavs Bov^t
Augusta, Ga., is building up a
pretty largo divorco mill business.
At tho last torm of court forty
four mismated couples wore sund
ered. It is said that a good deal of
tho matorial for tho grist comos from
Tho Mormon ohurob proposos to
oroot a largo templo in Louisville;
j Ky. It will bo used not only as a
placo of worship, but also as tho cen
tral point from whioh missionaries
will bo sent to various oitios and
towns in Kontucky and contiguous
Bern th? * H? Kind You HawAtoara Bought
Tho Spartanburg Tolegram says :
"Goo. G. Dowey, son of tho admiral,
has boon bothored a groat doal by
pubiishors who want him to write
somotbing concerning his fat.''.or. An
article, .What I Think of Papa'n
Wife After 8ho Gavo mo tho Houso
tho Pooplo Gave to Papa,' would
bo vory interesting roading."
Tho national committee of the
Republican party bas boen call?d to
I meet in Washington Doeombor 10.
Thoy will thon fix tho timo and
select a placo for tho next conven'*
tion. Nine oitios ask for tho honor
land emoluments. A Republican
[convention is more popular tban
Homor was. Only "oven joitiea
lolaimod bim. ;